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Mayor, Where Are You?
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More Tragedy Due to Booth
Re www.bayweekly.com/node/42655
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Inspired by Marjory Stoneman Douglas
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Big Bay Bash a Success! 
      Crochet for the Bay raised over $500 during the event! We are meeting next week to decide where the money will go. The cold weather did not stop people from coming, but now we know not to plan an event before April.
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March 15 Bay Weekly: Antidote to a Snowy First Day of Spring
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Thou Shall Not Steal Trees
      I am in the business of restoration: restoring hope that we are loved unconditionally; restoring faith that our lives matter and that renewal is always possible; restoring wholeness to broken hearts and broken places. So it pains me to see so many operating in the business of destruction.
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Farewell Piper, Bay Weekly Delivery Dog
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Trails Are Good for America
       Trails are already transforming America. They provide healthy options to get outdoors, revitalize main streets and provide important mobility choices for people to safely get around. Almost 40 percent of all trips in the United States are a 20-minute bike ride or less, and more than 20 percent are a 20-minute walk or less.
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SOUPer Bowl Scores for Light House
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Richard Edwin Wilson, December 16, 1931-February 11, 2018 

      For nine of Bay Weekly’s 25 years, from 2003 until 2012, Dick Wilson had local thespians praying for his approval. Theater-going readers trusted him as their judge. His applause helped fill houses, and his boos (and rare hisses) not only hurt egos but also dampened sales.
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